The 30-minute release includes “No One Loves A Paradox” alongside seven other tracks sure to have you scratching your head. It’s a release that at the very least presents interesting philosophical questions as to what constitutes sound and music and where those two intersect. At times, sections of this release feels like jumbled psychedelic jazz and others, like an exercise in sonic design and how far one producer can stretch their audience. Standouts include the dreamy, trip-hop-y “Alchemy,” the previously mentioned “No One Loves A Paradox,” but overall, the whole thing is pretty interesting. The whole release is only 30 minutes so it is digestible and it’s absolutely worth your ears.
released October 14, 2014
Antoine Franklin (Twizz) [Production]
Marcus Alan Ward [Guitar / Vocals / Production]
Brad Puette [Mixing / Engineering]
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